Here's a round-up of three of our most naughty stories (Yes, we've run a few!):
Bloomberg reports that WestLB has fired CEO Thomas Fischer following those $334m trading losses sustained by the bank's equity-trading desk sustained earlier this year by speculating on the difference between ordinary and preference shares in Metro, Volkswagen and BMW.
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All fun and games this week for Brian Hunter, the trader who is said to have been responsible for the $6bn losses sustained by hedge fund Amaranth Advisors following wrong-way bets on natural gas prices last year.
There's an interesting article in Fortune magazine this week which looks at men's fashion-killers.
Reuters reports that, according to a survey undertaken by Dutch trade unions, 17% of staff who work at ABN AMRO feel that they would be better off quitting than sticking around to see who their new masters are.
Staff at five leading investment banks are preparing to compete in the third annual Enduro Challenge, one of the world's most ardous triathlon relay races, contested across land and water between London and Paris.
The New Yorker reports that Wall Street's finest have now been banned from taking clients to Times Square restaurant the Hawaiian Tropic Zone.
It was three years ago when a group of Deutsche bankers reportedly paid some $2m at an exclusive do to ogle at Kylie Minogue's hits in Spain. The bankers, it seems, were back again recently. And this time enjoying a private concert from rock 'n' roll legends The Rolling Stones.
The Wall Street Journal has reported that, according to unnamed 'people familiar with the matter', Barclays is looking at a loss of up to $400m through its exposure to one of those two Bear hedge funds that went belly up a couple of weeks back.